Uncle Sam Wants You! – To Join The U.S. ‘Gestapo’


Source: The New World Reporter

Are you young, strong and looking for a career? Why not become an ’Internment/Resettlement Specialist’ – for the United States Army? What might be your responsibilities, you ask?

As an Internment/Resettlement Specialist, your duties, will primarily include day-to-day operations in a military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility. I/R Specialists provide rehabilitative, health, welfare, and security to U.S. military prisoners within a confinement or correctional facility; conduct inspections; prepare written reports; and coordinate activities of prisoners/internees and staff personnel.


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APFN on what you didn’t know about your flag…

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3-E: 1  United States Flag; Display.  The flag of the United States of America shall be displayed in state facilities in accordance with federal law.

United States flags used by the military for military purposes shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter.  (emphasis added)


                Effective Date:  This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage

            Approved:          May 30, 2000

            Effective Date:  July 29, 2000


ATTENTION:  Just as you are aware that there are two ‘united states’ one which is comprised of the ‘Republic states’ and the other comprised of the ‘United States’ which without authority of law incorporated itself in 1871 and 1874, are you aware that there are also two separate and distinct ‘flags’ for each of these ‘united states’ and it is the flag appearing within the sanctuary of the ‘bar’ in court which determines the laws applying to that court?

FLAG #1:  Flags with gold fringe, gold braid, gold eagle, gold spear, or gold ball atop the flagpole establishes the jurisdiction of the admiralty, maritime or administration jurisdiction.  President Roosevelt describes this type of flag in 1933 and it’s described by Army Regulation in 1979.  This is an article 1 (one) jurisdiction court flag “guilty until proven innocent” war powers act.


U.S. ARMY AR 840-10 MANUAL FOR COURTS MARTIAL.  Gold fringe flag is admiralty except indoors.  Indoors the gold-fringed flag only flies in military courts and therein when dealing with administrative matters are summary court martial proceedings against civilians.


FLAG #2:  Article III (three) of the united states constitution describes the jurisdiction of the court by the American flag of peace under Title 4 U.S.C. 1.  This flag is described as red, white and blue with stripes of red and white horizontally placed in alteration.  Under the jurisdiction of the American flag of peace the united states constitution is alive and well and all rights are preserved.  People are ‘innocent until proven guilty.’  The jurisdiction of the ‘American Flag’ is the determining factor upon which all citizens rights are determined.


NOTE:  This means that the gold trimmed flag must be removed from all state and state funded buildings.

http://www.apfn.org/apfn/flag.htm  to read an excellant collection of material produced by APFN regarding our flag, the courts, and what laws you are actually being subjected to. 

I recently came across information regarding the flags we see everyday in our court rooms, and on display in federal and state buildings everywhere.  If the flags you see are trimmed in gold braid and fringe…..that is a military flag. 

As usual, APFN has put together a well documented and easy to read page on the actual meaning of flags, and what that means to you.



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